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Don't be misled -- this is a SRO (look that up and run away) flop house for near homeless folk, with ONE TINY (even by NYC standards, I mean 4 feet by 4 feet ) elevator for FIFTEEN HUGE FLOORS, that will hit you with...More
I used to LIVE here when it was a residence hotel in the '70s and see that it is a hostel now. The pipes clang, the plumbing is Olde New York, but it is an experience from yesteryear. In this time of skyrocketing prices for...More
Good neighborhood, subway and crosstown bus next block, supermarket and good restaurants nearby. The first time I was there it was in 1993 and then I choosed Dexter as my place to stay in NYC three more times since, in the years of 1994, 2007...More
I would say it's worth the money you pay for it. The room was ok, clear, but a bit dark. It's close to the underground station which is obviously a good thing. The room service was acceptable.
If you need wi-fi access, you have to...More
If all your after is a roof over your head, a bed and simple amenities this is the place for you. Especially if you only want to go and explore beautiful New York City. No problems, as we were out all day and just wanted...More
Nestled between Central Park and the Hudson River, the Upper West Side offers iconic architecture and a quiet, residential respite from the buzzing energy of downtown. Along Central Park West are many of the city’s most iconic apartment buildings, as well as the American Museum of Natural History, which has been welcoming visitors to its historic exhibit halls for over 140 years. Culture fans will love Lincoln Center,
home to some of the world’s best opera, dance, film, and theatre performances, all centrally located around a beautiful fountain. Spanning the entire length of the Upper West Side, Riverside Park is ideal for a long, leisurely stroll in a quiet green space.